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UNDATED. x–44s. Charlie Colin, bassist and founding member of the American pop-rock band Train, best known for their early-aughts hits like “Drops of Jupiter” and “Meet Virginia,” has died. He was
58. Celebrity website reported he died after slipping and falling in the shower while house-sitting for a friend in Brussels, Belgium. Colin grew up in California and Virginia and attended Berklee College of Music in Boston. As a founding member of Train, Colin played on the band’s first
three records, 1998’s self-titled album, 2001’s “Drops of Jupiter” and 2003’s “My Private Nation.” The latter two releases peaked at Number 6 on the Billboard 200 chart. Colin left Train in 2003 due to substance abuse. Here’s a clip from their 2001 single “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” (music fades) (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

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